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MCQs on Metamaterials Planes Quiz

MCQ: In harmonic plane general equation, A(x,t)=Aocos(kx-wt+φ), φ represents

magnitude of wave disturbance
phase shift
angular frequency

MCQ: The electric components of the plane wave in the exponential form is


MCQ: In the case of sound wave having equation A(x,t)=Aocos(kx-wt+φ), A(x,t) represents

variation of sound
variation of pitch
variation of air pressure
variation of noise

MCQ: Plane wave in which the amplitude is a sinusoidal function of x and y is called

monochromatic wave
dichromatic wave
trichromatic wave
bichromatic wave

MCQ: For all the points in the plane which is perpendicular to the direction of propagation, the electric and magnetic fields are the same is termed as

non uniform plane
uniform plane
spherical plane
non spherical plane

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